A barrister would fail in his duty to his client were he to supplement deficiencies in his opponent’s evidence. The fact that the other party is a litigant in person cannot make any difference as to the manner in which a barrister fulfils his duty to his client, to the other side and to the court. (Khudados v Hayden)
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